The Oracle has chosen this passage for you:
If a country is governed with tolerance, the people are comfortable and honest. If a country is governed with repression, the people are depressed and crafty.
When the will to power is in charge, the higher the ideals, the lower the results. Try to make people happy, and you lay the groundwork for misery. Try to make people moral, and you lay the groundwork for vice.
Thus the Master is content to serve as an example and not to impose her will.
She is pointed, but doesn't pierce. Straightforward, but supple. Radiant, but easy on the eyes.
— The Tao Te Ching, Stephen Mitchell translation